Reaching Out to Youth Experiencing Homelessness

May 12, 2015
Daniel’s Place staff and members participated in the 2015 Los Angeles Homeless Youth Count. The opportunity gave Daniel’s Place members a chance to talk about their own experience with homelessness and mental health issues, to take the lead in identifying places to look for unsheltered youth, and to make an…

DPYouthCount02Blog3Daniel’s Place staff and members participated in the 2015 Los Angeles Homeless Youth Count. The opportunity gave Daniel’s Place members a chance to talk about their own experience with homelessness and mental health issues, to take the lead in identifying places to look for unsheltered youth, and to make an impact in ending youth homelessness. The 2015 count will give an estimate of how many unaccompanied minor and Transitional Age Youth are experiencing homelessness and mental health issues in Greater Los Angeles.

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